R.E.S.E.T Staff Members

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     Ms. Suber, Coordinator

    kimberly.suber@richlandone.org 

    Kimberly Suber has been in education for 19 years and has had the opportunity to touch the lives many children throughout her career.  Her passion is creating successful situations for children.  Ms. Suber is a member of Delta Sigma Theta and an advocate for heart and kidney disease.   She is the proud mother of Khari and Kyan Suber.  

    Her favorite quote is "There are all these moments you think you won't survive, and then you survive."

     

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    Kristyn Alston

    kristyn.alston@richlandone.org

    My name is Kristyn Alston and I am from Irmo, SC. I attended USC-Columbia where I earned my bachelor’s degree in Sociology and am currently taking graduate courses to obtain my Masters’ degree in Educational Leadership. I have been in the public-school system focusing on Behavior Management for the past 3 years and enjoy every minute and aspect of helping children. It is my goal to inspire, motivate, challenge and encourage excellence in every child I interact with. I love to travel, cook, watch all sports and spend time with my two wonderful daughters. 

    Favorite Quote: Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.- Malcolm X

     

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    Alethia Glover

    alethia.glover@richlandone.org

    My name is Alethia Glover and I am thrilled to say this is my 20th year of teaching. I grew up in Columbia, SC and graduated with a Masters in Administration and Supervision from Southern Wesleyan University. I am looking forward to my 10th year working with Richland School District One.

    "When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on."-Franklin D. Roosevelt

     

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    Calvin Harrison

    calvin.harrison@richlandone.org

    My name is Calvin Harrison.  I was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina.  I was a four letterman in football at the University of Kentucky where I also received my Bachelors Degree in the Arts of Social Work.  In my spare time I enjoy coaching and going fishing.  I also enjoy volunteering my time at youth sports camps to help guide and educate them in athletics and give life lessons.  

    "If you want something different, you need to do something different."

     

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    Kendra Brown

    kendra.brown@richlandone.org

    Kendra Brown is from Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina where she underwent her early collegiate studies at South Carolina State University. Kendra graduated from Springfield College in 2007 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Human Service and then in 2009 with her Masters in Human Services and in 2010 as a Human Services Board Certified Practitioner. She is a bonus mother, recently married, and also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Kendra joined the RESET program in 2017 and came on board with her feet to the ground running!   Prior to joining the team, Kendra has served as a Case Manager, Case Worker, and Human Service Specialist in which they were all centered around her passion for children. She always knew she wanted to work with children in whatever capacity it may be because she enjoys watching and helping children learn plus reach their greatest potential. Outside of the workplace, she is likely to be found in her sanctuary where she finds peace, the kitchen! In her free time she enjoys traveling, getting creative ideas from Pinterest, shopping on Amazon, and catching up with friends and family. 

    "My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style." Maya Angelou

     

     

     

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    Jamelia Koon

    jamelia.koon@richlandone.org

    Jamelia Koon is a native of Newberry South Carolina, where she graduated from Newberry High School in 2008. Shortly after, Jamelia furthered her education at the historic Benedict College, with a bachelors in psychology. Jamelia hobbies include; spending time with family and friends, shopping, swimming, and exploring new things. Ms. Koon is currently a Behavioral Interventionist with the Richland One School District. Her future plans are to grow within the district and simply make a difference in someone life.

    Ms. Koon's moto is “You’ll never know if you never try!”

     

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    Tishahnah Roney

    tishahnah.roney@richlandone.org

    My name is Tishahnah Roney. I am a 4th and 5th grade teacher at R.E.S.E.T. I received my Master’s of Education from Wilmington University in Delaware, and have five years of experience working with students and other educational professionals. Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my children, learning, and listening to music. My educational philosophy is that “when a child is born, it’s not a time to teach them your old ways, it’s the time to learn something new.” 

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    Sherrell Brown, LMSW

    sherrell.brown@richlandone.org

    Sherrell Brown was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA and is a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Master’s degree in Social Work and of Drexel University with a B.S. in Science, (Behavioral Health Counseling). Sherrell is a licensed Social Worker (LMSW) currently pursuing her Independent Social Work License, Clinical Practice (LISW-CP) concentrating on trauma informed care. Sherrell has experience working with children & adolescents, adults, geriatrics, individuals and families using an eclectic approach tailored to meet the unique needs of each client. Sherrell has a strong background working in medical and community settings with diverse clients, including both long-term and brief interventions. Sherrell believes change occurs when individuals are provided with the guidance necessary to draw on their own strengths and realize their potential to live meaningful, resilient lives. In her down time, Sherrell enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two sons, boating on Lake Murray, traveling, reading Game of Thrones novels and quiet evenings at home. 

    “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”- Mahatma Gandhi

     

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    Tymere Zimmerman

    tymere.zimmerman@richlandone.org

     Tymere Zimmerman is a Native of Marlboro County, where he graduated from Marlboro County High School in 2001. After high school Zimmerman attended Fork Union Military Academy for a year. Zimmerman went on to go to Newberry College in 2003 where he played basketball and football. Zimmerman graduated from Newberry College with a bachelor’s degree in Leisure Services in 2006. Zimmerman went into the Newberry College Football Hall of Fame in 2014. Zimmerman has been working with kids since graduating from college. He has a foundation that helps less privilege kids. Tymere has been working with the Richland One School district for 6 years. Zimmerman favorite quote is “Never give up, and always be the best you on each day!”